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Bastards of the Party

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RockPaperScissors - Issue 7

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RockPaperScissors - Issue 7

| Curiously collaborative | Indignantly Independent | Disgustingly DIY |

Where helpful opinions flourish, useless points of view come to die, and where we stand for what we believe until, or unless, life shows us to believe otherwise. Bringing you views, news and reviews from across the globe.  read more »

RockPaperScissors - Issue 6

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RockPaperScissors - Issue 6

| Curiously collaborative | Indignantly Independent | Disgustingly DIY |

Where helpful opinions flourish, useless points of view come to die, and where we stand for what we believe until, or unless, life shows us to believe otherwise. Bringing you views, news and reviews from across the globe.  read more »

six letters addressed to you

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First published in 2010 this zine is composed of six handwritten letters addressed to unnamed recipients on a variety of topics ranging from Machiavelli and loneliness to Christianity and nature to addiction and unhealthy relationships to anarchy and nihilism to animals at the zoo to love and friendship.

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Straight White Male Volume 3 How I Had the Gay Bashed Out of Me Literally

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Another chart topper by everyone's favorite pop star!

Straight White Male Vol. 2 How I Had the Gay Bashed Out of Me

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Another hit from the beloved and super awesome Anonimus Maximus

TransParent Writings (issue #3)

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This is my third issue. This format was really experimental, and a bit of a failure. So I scanned it as best as I could into a readable format. I am totally open to comments, suggestions, critique, and ideas.  read more »

TransParent Writings (issue #2)

This is the second issue of TransParent Writings. Explains the order of events.

Straight White Male Vol. 1

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Straight White Male - Vol. 1
a case against hypersensitivity

The Year of the fire

This is in large part a personal zine with letters reflecting on the past year, which ended up being transitional in nature for many of our authors. There was job loss, fires, relationships endings, and a general sense of hardship to overcome.

The zine also includes some winter recipes for chili, soup and vindaloo. Some DIY gift ideas, and radical christmas carols.

This is about more than who we fuck (and who we don't) #2 REAL

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We said before that this zine was born partly out of our desire for more writing to be out there about the place of personal relationships in the struggle (against authority, oppression, domination, and all the bullshit). I think the same holds true this time around.  read more »

Redefining Our Relationships: Guidelines for Responsible Open Relationships by Wendy-o Matik

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A pirated, redesigned-for-distribution version of a useful guide to non-monogamy by Wendy-O Matik.

Untorelli Press
untorelli (at) riseup.net
untorellipress.noblogs.org

RockPaperScissors - Issue 5

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www.thespider.org.uk

RockPaperScissors is a magazine published on the third Tuesday of every month.

We’re like-minded people, following the same path. We’re not so concerned with where this path started, but more with where it goes – towards a sane and sustainable way of living.  read more »

Ruckus UW Seattle Disorientation 2011

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This is the Ruckus (dis)orientation guide to the University of Washington. It is an inversion of college orientation guides: it orients you about communities and cool activities around UW, and the things that are actually useful to know.  read more »

Transcending Anatomy #1: A Guide to Bodies and Sexuality for Partners of Trans People

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Transcending Anatomy is a guide to help partners of trans people navigate bodies and sex. It starts by unpacking some common assumptions, then goes through strategies for understanding your partner’s body, what language to use, and what feels good for them. It also also talks about getting comfortable with physical contact, dealing with dysphoria, and creative ways to work within limits.  read more »

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